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THE WAR.

THE WAR.

SEVERE BRITISH REVERSE. FORCE OF VICTORIA INS W EKED. 18 KILLED, WOUNDED. AND 138 MADE PRISONERS. BATTLE WITH WET. GENERAL ELLIOT. great capture of PRISONERS AND STORES. HEAVY LOSSES IN KILLED ! AND WOUNDED. (Official Tslegbaiis.) The War Office has received the following despat
June 17, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF AN EXCURSIONIST.

MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF AN EXCURSIONIST.

on Saturday morning the dead body one of Bass and Co. employees, who had an excursion Yarmouth Friday, was found lying the line near Melton Mowbray, where tbe excursion passed shortly after midnight.
June 17, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE GIBRALTAR QUESTION.

THE GIBRALTAR QUESTION.

PERTURBATION IN SPAIN. (Morning Telbgrajj). Madrid, Sunday. Gibson Bowles's speech, wtith its reference to a possible occupation territory near Gibraltar, and Mr Balfour's evasive answer have made a most painful, alarming impression here, and all the papers are printing protests
June 17, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SALE OF WORK AT PETERHEAD

SALE OF WORK AT PETERHEAD

In aid of the funds of the Peterhead Tennis Club, most successful sale work was held the courts. Londale Road, Peterhead, Saturday afternoon. A large collection of work was tastefully laid out stalls spacious marquee, and these were presided over by the lady members of the dub.
June 17, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRADE AND WAGES

TRADE AND WAGES

ORGANISATION OF CORPORATION EMPLOYERS. Under the aiispices the Aberdeen Branch of the National TTnion of Gas Workers and General Labourer* of Great Britain and Ireland, an organising meeting of the Aberdeen Corporation Employees was held last in the Trades Hall Building*. Belmon
June 17, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE KINCARDINE O'NEIL POISONING CASE

THE KINCARDINE O'NEIL POISONING CASE

The procurator-fiscal was on Saturday engaged in preeognoscing witnesses in connection with the death Peter M'Rae (60), salmon fisherman, Kincardine o*Noil, who Thursday drank large quantity ammonia in mistake for a bottle of medicine which had been taking. A post-mortem examina
June 17, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NORTHERN MILITARY INTELLIGENCE

NORTHERN MILITARY INTELLIGENCE

GRANTS TO INSTRUCTORS OF . MUSKETRY. The Scottish Headquarters authorities are instructed from the War Office to inform Colonel G. Jackflon, V.D., commanding the 4th V.B. Gordon Highlanders, Aberdeen, that the Secretary State for War has approved of Colonel Jackson's application
June 17, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LITERARY NOTES.

LITERARY NOTES.

Mr Winston Churchill's new novel, "The Crisis," is a very remarkable stuay of the effects of civil war. His hero is a Northerner who has taken work in Loui6 just the moment when passion began run high on the question secession; and his heroine, "V lrginia o«r\el la. descendant t
June 17, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
2Lost LOST, on Saturday, between Park and Mannofieid. Lady's UMBRELLA, pear! and gold handle. Reward Mrs Wilson, 41 Forest Avenue.

2Lost LOST, on Saturday, between Park and Mannofieid. Lady's UMBRELLA, pear! and gold handle. Reward Mrs Wilson, 41 Forest Avenue.

STRAYED from on breaet, short, tail If found anyone's pomes'sion, be prosecuted. Situations Dacant. you are requiring » SERVANT, the best way obtain one to app.y the Superintendent, Express Registry, Broad JB EED E E N SAILORS' HOME. RESIDENT SUPERINTENDENT Wanted, to assume dut
June 17, 1901 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Great PEPI at the PAT.AfTR person was injured in the fire in the hotel at Westbpden, Indiana. Lord Milner

The Great PEPI at the PAT.AfTR person was injured in the fire in the hotel at Westbpden, Indiana. Lord Milner

has appointed Mr Fabian Ware to inquire into the educational system now in vogue in South Africa. For the first time since the outbreak the plague in Cape Town no fresh cases were reported on Saturday. The treatment lupus light has now had four years' trial at the Institute in C
June 17, 1901 - Dundee Evening Post - Dundee, Angus, Scotland